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Santa Clara University, Dept of Religious Studies Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
The Department of Religious Studies at Santa Clara University, a Jesuit, Catholic university, invites applications for a full-time tenure track assistant professor position to begin Fall 2020, in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, with broad background in the historical and social context of the ancient Near East, a demonstrated research and teaching interest in bridging these originating contexts with contemporary issues, communities, or ethical concerns, and familiarity with the Catholic tradition of biblical interpretation.  Candidates should demonstrate not only potential for excellent teaching, but also promise in sustained research and scholarly publication, and service to the department, College or University.  Required qualifications include completion of the doctoral degree by the time of appointment, evidence of potential for effective and excellent university-level teaching primarily at the undergraduate level, and evidence of an agenda for scholarship and promise of peer-reviewed publication in biblical studies.  The deadline for applications and reference letters is October 15, 2019.  For more information, see https://jobs.scu.edu/postings/9112.
$20,000 - $25,000 yearly
Northwest Indian College 12503 Yelm Highway Southeast, Olympia, WA, USA
Aug 19, 2019
Part time
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Native Environmental Science Faculty – Nisqually (P/T, 9 months)   OPENING DATE :    August 15, 2019 REVIEW DATE:      August 29, 2019 CLOSING DAT E:    Open until Filled START DATE :         September 9, 2019 LOCATION:             NWIC Nisqually Site SUPERVISOR:         Native Environmental Science Department Chair /   Nisqually Site Manager SALARY:                   $20,000 to $25,000 Max DOE (Faculty Schedule)                                     .525 FTE / 21 hours per week   The salary placement upon hire will be based on the selected candidate’s education and relevant work experience as outlined in the job announcement and the established salary schedule for the classification of position to be filled. The salary is based on a 9-month faculty contract, with the possibility of supplemental summer salary through research grants and/or summer teaching.   Northwest Indian College hiring practices include adherence to the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Section 473).  NWIC supports and provides equal opportunity employment and educational opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identify or expression, marital status or genetic information.   SCOPE OF WORK The Native Environmental Science Department and Nisqually site invites applicants for a part-time faculty position in the area of Native Environmental Science.  The primary responsibility of this position is teaching in the discipline of Native Environmental Science.  Student advising, community engagement, and supporting student capstone projects are also key elements of the position. The position also includes development of place-based, culturally-informed curriculum that is part of a wider place-based pedagogy project. It is possible for the position to be supplemented by grant research funds and summer teaching.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES The main components of work as faculty are teaching, academic student advising and mentoring, scholarship and research, committee work and service. The faculty member will be expected to participate in grant-funded projects that support the College’s mission and will be encouraged to develop (and seek funding) to support his or her own research agenda.   Instruction. Instruction is a primary focus of this position. The successful candidate will teach 5 to 10 hours of courses quarterly, with adjustment to the teaching load based on time spent in course design and development.  S/he is expected to support students in completing the B.S. in Native Environmental Science degree program and is responsible for course preparation, curriculum design, and assessment of course and program outcomes. Academic advising and mentoring. Student academic advising and mentoring is another central focus of the position.  S/he is expected to meet regularly with and provide academic advising to students as well as serve on senior capstone committees Scholarship and research. The faculty member is expected to remain current with the literature and research in their field of study.  In addition, supporting research experiences for undergraduates (REUs) – including internships – is highly encouraged. Committee work and service. The faculty member is responsible for contributing to the overall functioning of the college through participation on committees and teams.    Teaching Responsibilities Teaching courses in the Native Environmental Science discipline. Develop place-based, culturally informed curriculum in the Sciences, working with community members to identify key focus areas. Create a learning environment, a presentation style and a pace in which learning is enhanced. Submit necessary reports such as enrollment, progress and grading information in a timely manner. Order textbooks and supplies in advance of courses taught following established college timelines. Maintain at least ½ hour of office availability each week for each credit of lecture class taught. Submit information to supervisor regarding scheduling proposals, budget needs and travel requests in a timely manner following established timelines. Attend Teaching and Learning trainings and BSNES Department Meetings (call-in).   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES May supervise two or more student interns who are conducting research. May carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities may include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.   Minimum Qualifications Master’s degree in the field of Native Environmental Science. Willingness to understand the cultural perspectives of the community and to incorporate those perspectives into the presentation and development of courses. Thorough knowledge of subject matter. Ability to present information in a variety of ways.  Able to communicate clearly, concisely and respectfully. Proven ability to work in a team environment in order to achieve strategic and departmental goals. Strong teaching record. Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work well with all people.   Preferred Qualifications Master’s or PhD Degree in related field. Experience teaching in a Tribal College or Prior work in a tribal education setting. Prior administrative and / or teaching experience in a post-secondary academic setting. Experience working on a reservation and/or for a tribal or urban Native American organization. Experience working with adult distance learning programs. Knowledge of AIHEC tribal college system. Knowledge of Canvas     Other Skills and Abilities: Ability to present information in a variety of ways.  Able to communicate clearly, concisely and respectfully. Understanding of assessment, particularly as it relates to the Teaching and Learning philosophy of NWIC. Experience with or willingness to learn different modes of instruction (on-ground, online, ITV, hybrid, etc.), teaching and learning, and assessment. Excellent communication skills in the classroom and interpersonal skills with NWIC students, faculty and staff. Must be culturally knowledgeable and comfortable working in a tribal setting; Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work well with all people.   Other Qualifications: Must have a current driver’s license and a driving abstract that meets employer qualifications for insurability.    Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of basic word processing, spreadsheet software; internet and email in addition to proven competency with networks and teleconferencing.   APPLICATION PROCESS Interested individuals should submit the following application materials directly to the NWIC Human Resources Office only.    Cover letter addressing how you meet the position qualifications NWIC Application Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) form Current and complete professional resume Copies of college transcripts (unofficial copy may be submitted with application) Three letters of recommendation from persons, who not members of your immediate family, who have firsthand knowledge of your qualifications for the position If applicable to the position, provide copies of certificates/licenses/credentials   The job announcement and application forms are available online at www.nwic.edu/jobs or may be requested from and submitted directly to:   Human Resources Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road Bellingham, WA  98226-9278 Telephone/Fax: (360) 392-4230 Email: employment@nwic.edu  
$20,000 - $25,000 yearly
Northwest Indian College 17113 Tallawhalt Way, La Conner, WA, USA
Aug 19, 2019
Part time
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Native Environmental Science Faculty – Nisqually (P/T, 9 months)   OPENING DATE :    August 15, 2019 REVIEW DATE:      August 29, 2019 CLOSING DAT E:    Open until Filled START DATE :         September 9, 2019 LOCATION:             NWIC Nisqually Site SUPERVISOR:         Native Environmental Science Department Chair /   Nisqually Site Manager SALARY:                   $20,000 to $25,000 Max DOE (Faculty Schedule)                                     .525 FTE / 21 hours per week   The salary placement upon hire will be based on the selected candidate’s education and relevant work experience as outlined in the job announcement and the established salary schedule for the classification of position to be filled. The salary is based on a 9-month faculty contract, with the possibility of supplemental summer salary through research grants and/or summer teaching.   Northwest Indian College hiring practices include adherence to the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Section 473).  NWIC supports and provides equal opportunity employment and educational opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identify or expression, marital status or genetic information.   SCOPE OF WORK The Native Environmental Science Department and Nisqually site invites applicants for a part-time faculty position in the area of Native Environmental Science.  The primary responsibility of this position is teaching in the discipline of Native Environmental Science.  Student advising, community engagement, and supporting student capstone projects are also key elements of the position. The position also includes development of place-based, culturally-informed curriculum that is part of a wider place-based pedagogy project. It is possible for the position to be supplemented by grant research funds and summer teaching.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES The main components of work as faculty are teaching, academic student advising and mentoring, scholarship and research, committee work and service. The faculty member will be expected to participate in grant-funded projects that support the College’s mission and will be encouraged to develop (and seek funding) to support his or her own research agenda.   Instruction. Instruction is a primary focus of this position. The successful candidate will teach 5 to 10 hours of courses quarterly, with adjustment to the teaching load based on time spent in course design and development.  S/he is expected to support students in completing the B.S. in Native Environmental Science degree program and is responsible for course preparation, curriculum design, and assessment of course and program outcomes. Academic advising and mentoring. Student academic advising and mentoring is another central focus of the position.  S/he is expected to meet regularly with and provide academic advising to students as well as serve on senior capstone committees Scholarship and research. The faculty member is expected to remain current with the literature and research in their field of study.  In addition, supporting research experiences for undergraduates (REUs) – including internships – is highly encouraged. Committee work and service. The faculty member is responsible for contributing to the overall functioning of the college through participation on committees and teams.    Teaching Responsibilities Teaching courses in the Native Environmental Science discipline. Develop place-based, culturally informed curriculum in the Sciences, working with community members to identify key focus areas. Create a learning environment, a presentation style and a pace in which learning is enhanced. Submit necessary reports such as enrollment, progress and grading information in a timely manner. Order textbooks and supplies in advance of courses taught following established college timelines. Maintain at least ½ hour of office availability each week for each credit of lecture class taught. Submit information to supervisor regarding scheduling proposals, budget needs and travel requests in a timely manner following established timelines. Attend Teaching and Learning trainings and BSNES Department Meetings (call-in).   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES May supervise two or more student interns who are conducting research. May carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities may include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.   Minimum Qualifications Master’s degree in the field of Native Environmental Science. Willingness to understand the cultural perspectives of the community and to incorporate those perspectives into the presentation and development of courses. Thorough knowledge of subject matter. Ability to present information in a variety of ways.  Able to communicate clearly, concisely and respectfully. Proven ability to work in a team environment in order to achieve strategic and departmental goals. Strong teaching record. Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work well with all people.   Preferred Qualifications Master’s or PhD Degree in related field. Experience teaching in a Tribal College or Prior work in a tribal education setting. Prior administrative and / or teaching experience in a post-secondary academic setting. Experience working on a reservation and/or for a tribal or urban Native American organization. Experience working with adult distance learning programs. Knowledge of AIHEC tribal college system. Knowledge of Canvas     Other Skills and Abilities: Ability to present information in a variety of ways.  Able to communicate clearly, concisely and respectfully. Understanding of assessment, particularly as it relates to the Teaching and Learning philosophy of NWIC. Experience with or willingness to learn different modes of instruction (on-ground, online, ITV, hybrid, etc.), teaching and learning, and assessment. Excellent communication skills in the classroom and interpersonal skills with NWIC students, faculty and staff. Must be culturally knowledgeable and comfortable working in a tribal setting; Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work well with all people.   Other Qualifications: Must have a current driver’s license and a driving abstract that meets employer qualifications for insurability.    Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of basic word processing, spreadsheet software; internet and email in addition to proven competency with networks and teleconferencing.   APPLICATION PROCESS Interested individuals should submit the following application materials directly to the NWIC Human Resources Office only.    Cover letter addressing how you meet the position qualifications NWIC Application Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) form Current and complete professional resume Copies of college transcripts (unofficial copy may be submitted with application) Three letters of recommendation from persons, who not members of your immediate family, who have firsthand knowledge of your qualifications for the position If applicable to the position, provide copies of certificates/licenses/credentials   The job announcement and application forms are available online at www.nwic.edu/jobs or may be requested from and submitted directly to:   Human Resources Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road Bellingham, WA  98226-9278 Telephone/Fax: (360) 392-4230 Email: employment@nwic.edu  
$20,000 - $25,000 yearly
Northwest Indian College 31912 Little Boston Road Northeast, Kingston, WA, USA
Aug 19, 2019
Part time
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Native Environmental Science Faculty – Port Gamble (P/T, 9 months)   OPENING DATE :    August 15, 2019 REVIEW DATE:      August 29, 2019 CLOSING DAT E:    Open until Filled START DATE :         September 9, 2019 LOCATION:             NWIC Port Gamble Site SUPERVISOR:         Native Environmental Science Department Chair / Port Gamble Site Manager SALARY:                   $20,000 to $25,000 Max DOE (Faculty Schedule)                                     .525 FTE / 21 hours per week   The salary placement upon hire will be based on the selected candidate’s education and relevant work experience as outlined in the job announcement and the established salary schedule for the classification of position to be filled. The salary is based on a 9-month faculty contract, with the possibility of supplemental summer salary through research grants and/or summer teaching.   Northwest Indian College hiring practices include adherence to the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Section 473).  NWIC supports and provides equal opportunity employment and educational opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identify or expression, marital status or genetic information.   SCOPE OF WORK The Native Environmental Science Department and Port Gamble site invites applicants for a part-time faculty position in the area of Native Environmental Science.  The primary responsibility of this position is teaching in the discipline of Native Environmental Science.  Student advising, community engagement, and supporting student capstone projects are also key elements of the position. The position also includes development of place-based, culturally-informed curriculum that is part of a wider place-based pedagogy project. It is possible for the position to be supplemented by grant research funds and summer teaching.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES The main components of work as faculty are teaching, academic student advising and mentoring, scholarship and research, committee work and service. The faculty member will be expected to participate in grant-funded projects that support the College’s mission and will be encouraged to develop (and seek funding) to support his or her own research agenda.   Instruction. Instruction is a primary focus of this position. The successful candidate will teach 5 to 10 hours of courses quarterly, with adjustment to the teaching load based on time spent in course design and development.  S/he is expected to support students in completing the B.S. in Native Environmental Science degree program and is responsible for course preparation, curriculum design, and assessment of course and program outcomes. Academic advising and mentoring. Student academic advising and mentoring is another central focus of the position.  S/he is expected to meet regularly with and provide academic advising to students as well as serve on senior capstone committees Scholarship and research. The faculty member is expected to remain current with the literature and research in their field of study.  In addition, supporting research experiences for undergraduates (REUs) – including internships – is highly encouraged. Committee work and service. The faculty member is responsible for contributing to the overall functioning of the college through participation on committees and teams.    Teaching Responsibilities Teaching courses in the Native Environmental Science discipline. Develop place-based, culturally informed curriculum in the Sciences, working with community members to identify key focus areas. Create a learning environment, a presentation style and a pace in which learning is enhanced. Submit necessary reports such as enrollment, progress and grading information in a timely manner. Order textbooks and supplies in advance of courses taught following established college timelines. Maintain at least ½ hour of office availability each week for each credit of lecture class taught. Submit information to supervisor regarding scheduling proposals, budget needs and travel requests in a timely manner following established timelines. Attend Teaching and Learning trainings and BSNES Department Meetings (call-in).   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES May supervise two or more student interns who are conducting research. May carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities may include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.   Minimum Qualifications Master’s degree in the field of Native Environmental Science. Willingness to understand the cultural perspectives of the community and to incorporate those perspectives into the presentation and development of courses. Thorough knowledge of subject matter. Ability to present information in a variety of ways.  Able to communicate clearly, concisely and respectfully. Proven ability to work in a team environment in order to achieve strategic and departmental goals. Strong teaching record. Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work well with all people.   Preferred Qualifications Master’s or PhD Degree in related field. Experience teaching in a Tribal College or Prior work in a tribal education setting. Prior administrative and / or teaching experience in a post-secondary academic setting. Experience working on a reservation and/or for a tribal or urban Native American organization. Experience working with adult distance learning programs. Knowledge of AIHEC tribal college system. Knowledge of Canvas     Other Skills and Abilities: Ability to present information in a variety of ways.  Able to communicate clearly, concisely and respectfully. Understanding of assessment, particularly as it relates to the Teaching and Learning philosophy of NWIC. Experience with or willingness to learn different modes of instruction (on-ground, online, ITV, hybrid, etc.), teaching and learning, and assessment. Excellent communication skills in the classroom and interpersonal skills with NWIC students, faculty and staff. Must be culturally knowledgeable and comfortable working in a tribal setting; Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work well with all people.   Other Qualifications: Must have a current driver’s license and a driving abstract that meets employer qualifications for insurability.    Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of basic word processing, spreadsheet software; internet and email in addition to proven competency with networks and teleconferencing.   APPLICATION PROCESS Interested individuals should submit the following application materials directly to the NWIC Human Resources Office only.    Cover letter addressing how you meet the position qualifications NWIC Application Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) form Current and complete professional resume Copies of college transcripts (unofficial copy may be submitted with application) Three letters of recommendation from persons, who not members of your immediate family, who have firsthand knowledge of your qualifications for the position If applicable to the position, provide copies of certificates/licenses/credentials   The job announcement and application forms are available online at www.nwic.edu/jobs or may be requested from and submitted directly to:   Human Resources Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road Bellingham, WA  98226-9278 Telephone/Fax: (360) 392-4230 Email: employment@nwic.edu  
$12.05 hourly
Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road, Bellingham, WA, USA
Aug 19, 2019
Part time
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Early Learning Center Substitute (On-Call)   Opening Date:            August 16, 2019 Review Date:              August 30, 2019 Closing Date:              Open until filled Location:                     Lummi main campus Salary:                        $12.05 per hour   The salary placement upon hire will be based on the selected candidate’s education and relevant work experience as outlined in the job announcement and the established salary schedule for the classification of the positon to be filled.   SCOPE OF WORK Under general supervision of the Program Coordinator, the On-Call Teacher supports the Lead Teacher(s) in the planning, presentation and evaluation of education and recreational activities.  At the Lead Teacher's request or in his/ her absence, the On-Call may assign, instruct and check the work of others and have responsibility for the daily operations of the early childhood classroom. On-Call staff maintain confidentiality and hold responsibility for daily assigned classroom operations.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Collaborate and assist Lead Teacher with the development, implementation and evaluation of the program across all curriculum Assist in the oversight of general physical environment, including cleanliness and neatness of Center with attention to licensing regulations and follow-through of Assume leadership in the absence of a Lead Teacher, communicating appropriately with parents to represent an inclusive, positive Ensure daily classroom schedule, lesson plan and activities are followed in the absence of the Lead Teacher. Maintain an orderly environment for the Assist children with self-care activities. Change diapers as Prepare and serve Assist with Food Program, take point of service meal Assist with daily classroom clean-up. Observe and report individual children's significant behavior and Support individual children who experience difficulties in a Be familiar with licensing regulations and individual's responsibility for Be sensitive to the child's home culture and values; greet parents and children with warmth and sincerity and a non-judgmental Maintain confidentiality at all Complete other duties as   SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES There are no supervisory responsibilities assigned to this position   Minimum Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   Required Education and/or Experience: Have at least 3 months documented experience working with children ages 1 month through 5 years. Be at least 18 years of age or Documented negative TB Completed High School education or Complete STARS 30 Hours Basic Child Care training course within 6 months of Pass federal criminal background check as required by the Washington Department of Early Learning and the Indian Child Welfare Meet the STARS requirement and be listed in the state training and registry system (STARS). Have knowledge of child development as evidenced by professional reference, education, experience, and on-the-job Experience working in a tribal early childhood setting/team   Preferred Certificates, Licenses, Registrations (May be completed upon hire): Current Infant, Toddler & Adult CPR and First Aid certification Valid food handler's permit Bloodborne Pathogen training certificate     APPLICATION PROCESS Interested individuals should submit the following application materials directly to the NWIC Human Resources Office only.   Cover letter addressing how you meet the position qualifications NWIC Application NWIC Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) form Current and complete professional resume Copies of college transcripts (can submit unofficial copies at time of application) Three letters of recommendation from persons, who are not members of your immediate family, who have firsthand knowledge of your qualifications for the position If applicable to the position, provide copies of certificates/licenses/credentials   The job announcement and application forms are available online at www.nwic.edu/jobs or may be requested from and submitted directly to:   Human Resources Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road Bellingham, WA 98226-9278 Telephone/Fax:  360.392.4230 Email:  employment@nwic.edu      
$18,450 yearly
Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road, Bellingham, WA, USA
Aug 15, 2019
Part time
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Instructional Designer (Part-time, 12 months)   Opening Date:           August 14, 2019 Review Date:             August 28, 2019 Closing Date:              Open until filled Location:                     Lummi Main Campus Salary:                        $18,450 Max DOE (.5 FTE, 20 hours/week)   The salary placement upon hire will be based on the selected candidate’s education and relevant work experience as outlined in the job announcement and the established salary schedule for the classification of the positon to be filled.   SCOPE OF WORK This position will be responsible for assisting faculty, in concert with the E-Learning Coordinator and Dean, in developing best practices for distance learning in the VCH, OL and other distance learning modalities. The Instructional Designer will be responsible for developing training materials and presenting training sessions at sites via video conferencing and at the Lummi main campus.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES E-Learning Work with the E-Learning Coordinator, department chairs and site coordinators to expand online course offerings at NWIC. Help assess quality of courses and instruction. Hold regular workshops via video conferencing, both at the sites and at the Lummi main campus, to help promote faculty literacy with e-Learning. Attend conferences including InstructureCon in conjunction with E-Learning Coordinator and other NWIC personnel. Teach one regular VCH or OL class in order to remain current with student experiences.     Technology Aid in providing training on classroom technology when relevant to Distance Learning, i.e., ITV Videoconferencing and Zoom. Aid in transport of and training on Distance-Learning related material with sites.   Other Assist with the development of grants where appropriate. Serve on the Technology Committee with E-Learning Coordinator and faculty. Attend faculty and department meetings.   SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES This position has not been assigned any supervisory responsibilities.   QUALIFICATIONS to perform the position successfully:   Minimum Requirements Bachelor’s degree in educational technology, instructional design, education or other relevant field. Demonstrated work experience in higher education or current teaching experience in online and distance learning modalities. Teaching experience in distance education, in hybrid or asynchronous modalities. Experience integrating technology into coursework and a knowledge base of Learning Management Systems and current web-based instructional technology and design. Knowledge of course management software.   Preferred Requirements Master’s degree with experience in educational technology, instructional design or related field. Experience teaching with the Canvas Learning Management System. Experience teaching with and using Zoom Videoconferencing Systems.   Other Skills and Abilities Excellent oral and written communication skills Ability to communicate clearly, concisely and respectfully Proven ability to work in a team environment in order to achieve strategic and departmental goals   Language Skills: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.     Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.   Reasoning Ability : Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.   Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have a working knowledge of Learning Management Systems principles with a focus on Canvas, blog design and instructional technology.   APPLICATION PROCESS Interested individuals should submit the following application materials directly to the NWIC Human Resources Office only.   Cover letter addressing how you meet the position qualifications NWIC Application NWIC Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) form Current and complete professional resume Copies of college transcripts (can submit unofficial copies at time of application) Three letters of recommendation from persons, who are not members of your immediate family, who have firsthand knowledge of your qualifications for the position If applicable to the position, provide copies of certificates/licenses/credentials   The job announcement and application forms are available online at www.nwic.edu/jobs or may be requested from and submitted directly to:   Human Resources Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road Bellingham, WA 98226-9278 Telephone/Fax:  360.392.4230 Email:  employment@nwic.edu
Sisseton Wahpeton College Sisseton, South Dakota, USA
Aug 14, 2019
Full time
The Sisseton Wahpeton College Board of Trustees is seeking qualified candidates for the position of President/Chief Executive Officer.  Candidates must possess a Ph.D in Education or Business.  Candidates should also have three to five years experience in higher education administration and administering grants.  Salary range: DOE.  Benefit package includes 401K, Health, Vision, Dental, and Group Life.  Indian preference will apply.  Visit our website: www.swc.edu for a complete job description and details for applying, or contact the HR office at (605)698-3966, ext. 1118.
$14.77 hourly
Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road, Bellingham, WA, USA
Aug 09, 2019
Part time
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Enrollment Services Program Assistant (Part-time, 12 months)   Opening Date:            August 9, 2019 Review Date:              August 23, 2019 Closing Date:              Open until filled Location:                     Lummi Main Campus Salary:                        $14.77 per hour (.525 FTE, 21 hours/week)   The salary placement upon hire will be based on the selected candidate’s education and relevant work experience as outlined in the job announcement and the established salary schedule for the classification of the positon to be filled.   SCOPE OF WORK This position is responsible for knowledge of the course implementation process, running reports, and managing the graduation application process.  The incumbent is fully-qualified to handle assigned undertakings with a minimum of supervision and direction at a level exemplified by the typical work described within this specification.  The Program Assistant will independently advise students, faculty, classified staff, and/or the public regarding the policies and activities of the Enrollment Services department and has the responsibility for maintaining extensive contact with students, off-campus individuals or groups or agencies in carrying out program activities.  Under the general direction of the Registrar, positions at this level also exercise decision making authority.  The Program Assistant is responsible for running reports, using spreadsheets, and maintaining databases.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Knowledge of and assistance with data entry of quarterly Course Schedule information into Jenzabar database. Enter and process CEU course implementations and registration forms. Ensure the current process for receiving and documenting CEU forms and items needed to ensure completion of a CEU file is maintained. Assist the Registrar in running CEU specific reports for faculty, administrators, and staff. Assist the Registrar is running missing data specific reports to enter and process missing student data in Jenzabar. Provide assistance in developing, maintaining and revising Enrollment Services procedures and processes. Assist with processing graduation applications according to procedure before sending them to the Registrar for evaluation, completing mail merges, and sending letters to students in a timely way. Assistance with processing tuition waiver requests and any requests for student records or information and determine appropriateness of requests within the FERPA guidelines. Act as liaison for trouble-shooting enrollment problems as directed and as they arise. Provide student IDs as requested Assist with entering Incomplete Agreements and Grade Changes, maintain accurate spreadsheets for tracking Assist with filing enrollment related paperwork Provide customer service both in-person and over the telephone as the front desk contact of Enrollment Services Assist with official transcript requests and process as needed Support the catalog committee and provide updates as needed Communicate with faculty and staff to resolve issues and keep others informed Follow up and track the process for obtaining late grades from faculty. Other duties as assigned   SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES There are no supervisory responsibilities assigned to this position   QUALIFICATIONS to perform the position successfully:   Minimum Qualifications : High School graduate or GED certificate AND two years of applicable experience in the program specialty OR            Associate’s degree and one year of applicable experience in the program specialty (one year of       additional specialized clerical experience may substitute for required education). Must have a working knowledge of computers and associated software, including familiarity with database programs and spreadsheets.   Preferred Qualifications : Previous experience working in Native communities and with students.   Other Skills and Abilities: Must be flexible and willing and able to multi-task and maintain professionalism. Must be able to meet deadlines.       APPLICATION PROCESS Interested individuals should submit the following application materials directly to the NWIC Human Resources Office only.   Cover letter addressing how you meet the position qualifications NWIC Application NWIC Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) form Current and complete professional resume Copies of college transcripts (can submit unofficial copies at time of application) Three letters of recommendation from persons, who are not members of your immediate family, who have firsthand knowledge of your qualifications for the position If applicable to the position, provide copies of certificates/licenses/credentials   The job announcement and application forms are available online at www.nwic.edu/jobs or may be requested from and submitted directly to:   Human Resources Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road Bellingham, WA 98226-9278 Telephone/Fax:  360.392.4230 Email:  employment@nwic.edu
$84,000 - $95,000 yearly
UC San Diego 9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, CA 92093, USA
Aug 09, 2019
Full time
UC San Diego Principal Assessment Analyst Filing Deadline: Fri 8/23/2019 Hiring Salary Range: $84,000 - $95,000 The Principal Assessment Analyst, reporting to the Director of the Education Research and Assessment Hub, serves as a campus-wide resource on academic assessment and education research. Integral to this position is the ability to work collaboratively with and serve as a consultant to faculty, instructional staff, and administrators to create and promote a culture of educational excellence and assessment at UC San Diego. The Principal Assessment Analyst will use a high degree of independent judgment, a superior level of professionalism and initiative, and excellent communication skills to advise program faculty and staff to select and/or develop appropriate methodologies for the assessment of student learning outcomes; collect quantitative and qualitative assessment data, analyze data using appropriate statistical methodologies, and interpret results. The incumbent will analyze and communicate assessment results in clear and concise presentations, written reports, graphical presentations, and tabular summaries that are appropriate for a wide variety intended audiences. The Principal Assessment Analyst’s responsibilities fall into three functional categories: • Institutional Assessment Support: The Principal Assessment Analyst is expected to collaborate in the development of a comprehensive assessment plan at UC San Diego. Assessment results from this university-wide assessment plan will support educational decisions on curriculum, teaching, and student academic support, inform Undergraduate Program Reviews, and serve reporting requirements for Western Association of Schools & Colleges Senior College and University Commission (WASCUC) and professional accreditation agencies (such as ABET, AACSB, and ACS) if applied. • Instructional Assessment Support: In partnership with other campus units (e.g. Undergraduate Education, Institutional Research, the Colleges, Graduate Division), provides support and direction for creating an environment in which assessment activities are understood and practiced for on-going improvement; offers guidance and support for learner assessment projects at the level of courses, academic programs and/or academic major, as well as program evaluation analyses aligned with developing outcomes-based curricula; provides expertise in determining assessment methods, opportunities, and assessment tools; effectively reports, analyzes and presents the data to assess the impact of programs; and identifies opportunities for improvement and or additional programs. • Academic Support Program Assessment: Collaborates with Commons leadership to develop strategic assessment plans for the Commons’ student academic success programs. The Principal Assessment Analyst plays a key role in developing and implementing methods for assessing the impact of the Commons’ initiatives and programs on student learning; takes an active role in the Commons-wide planning process by determining assessment needs, collecting data, and presenting reports to the executive leadership for use in setting long-range policy and direction for the organization; provides assessment support for the Commons’ faculty and Instructional Assistant professional development programs and faculty initiated and Commons’ supported educational innovation projects; and collaborates on the design and implementation of advanced research studies to assess the impact of education. A cover letter is required for a complete application. May be required to work occasional evenings and weekends. QUALIFICATIONS • Bachelor’s degree in Education, Education Psychology, Psychology, Social Sciences, or related degree, with a minimum of three years related experience required; or an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience. • In-depth knowledge of research function. Demonstrated knowledge of current research and policy trends in higher education. • Advanced skills associated with statistical analysis, database management and systems programming. Demonstrated expertise in advanced quantitative analyses and the use of statistical software (e.g., SAS, Stata, SPSS Statistics, SPSS Modeler, R, Tableau, etc.). • Advanced ability to communicate complex information in a clear and concise manner both verbally and in writing. Excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to communicate complex information in a clear and concise manner to a wide variety of audiences. • Demonstrated expertise in the theory and practice of qualitative and quantitative academic assessment in higher education, and extensive experience in evaluation of educational reform. SPECIAL CONDITIONS • Job offer is contingent upon satisfactory clearance based on Background Check results. • Duties may require direct contact and/or supervision of children (defined as individuals under the age of 18); completion of the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) form will be required. Apply Online http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=167006 The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: http://www-hr.ucsd.edu/saa/nondiscr.html
University of Pennsylvania The Wharton School Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Aug 09, 2019
Full time
  University of Pennsylvania,  The Wharton School Faculty Position in Real Estate The Wharton School’s Real Estate Department is seeking applicants for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position at any level: Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor.  The Real Estate Department is seeking candidates with backgrounds in applied economics, finance, or related disciplines who are capable of making significant contributions both in their broader areas as well as in the fields of real estate economics/finance or urban economics.  A commitment to excellent teaching in real estate also is required.  Applicants must have a Ph.D. (expected completion by June 30, 2021 is acceptable) from an accredited institution and have an outstanding research record or potential.  The appointment is expected to begin July 1, 2020.   Information about the real estate program at Wharton can be found at:  http://real-estate.wharton.upenn.edu/   and at http://realestate.wharton.upenn.edu/ .    Applications, including cover letter, curriculum vitae, and recent publications or working papers, should be submitted on-line beginning August 1st.  Applicants for Assistant Professor should also include contact information for three references who will be asked to submit letters of recommendation.  We encourage early submission of applications, as they will be reviewed until the position is filled.  Candidates are strongly encouraged to have their completed applications submitted by November 15, 2019 for full consideration. Junior applicants should apply at this link: https://apply.interfolio.com/65118 Associate/Full Professor applicants should apply at this link: http://apply.interfolio.com/65194   Contact: Professor Gilles Duranton Real Estate Department The Wharton School University of Pennsylvania 4th Floor Vance Hall 3733 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA  19104-6301   The University of Pennsylvania values diversity and seeks talented students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. The University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.  Candidates are considered for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected class. Contact email for questions:  yezta@wharton.upenn.edu
$14.77 hourly
Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road, Bellingham, WA, USA
Aug 09, 2019
Part time
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Library Technician I (Part-time, 12 months)   Opening Date:            August 9, 2019 Review Date:              August 23, 2019 Closing Date:              Open until filled Location:                     Lummi Main Campus Salary:                        $14.77 per hour Hours:                        Academic year schedule:                                     Monday - Thursday 3:45-9:00 pm                                     Summer hours to be determined   The salary placement upon hire will be based on the selected candidate’s education and relevant work experience as outlined in the job announcement and the established salary schedule for the classification of the positon to be filled.   SCOPE OF WORK This position is responsible for assisting patrons in use of library services.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Adhere to college and library policies and practices, especially with respect to patron confidentiality and intellectual freedom. Assist patrons in finding information and materials and in use of library Check materials in and out. Shelve File alphanumerically. Prepare new materials for Use office and library equipment such as computer, telephone, fax, and copier/printer. Other duties as assigned.   SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES There are no supervisory responsibilities assigned to this position     QUALIFICATIONS to perform the position successfully:   Minimum Qualifications : High school diploma or general education degree (GED). Previous work experience demonstrating an ability to satisfactorily perform the essential job duties. Attention to detail and ability to perform work accurately and Ability to learn and follow Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in Ability to operate office and library Ability to work well independently as well as a member of a   Preferred Qualifications : Previous work experience in library setting. Previous work experience in a tribal Previous training or experience in first aid or as a first responder. Knowledge of or interest in Native American peoples, especially of the Pacific Northwest Coast   APPLICATION PROCESS Interested individuals should submit the following application materials directly to the NWIC Human Resources Office only.   Cover letter addressing how you meet the position qualifications NWIC Application NWIC Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) form Current and complete professional resume Copies of college transcripts (can submit unofficial copies at time of application) Three letters of recommendation from persons, who are not members of your immediate family, who have firsthand knowledge of your qualifications for the position If applicable to the position, provide copies of certificates/licenses/credentials   The job announcement and application forms are available online at www.nwic.edu/jobs or may be requested from and submitted directly to:   Human Resources Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road Bellingham, WA 98226-9278 Telephone/Fax:  360.392.4230 Email:  employment@nwic.edu
$12.63 hourly
Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road, Bellingham, WA, USA
Aug 05, 2019
Part time
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Residence Life Center On-Call Cook (PT, 12 months)   Opening Date:      June 19, 2019 Review Date:         Extended to August 23, 2019 Closing Date:        Open until filled Location:              Lummi Main Campus Salary:                 $12.63/hr. SCOPE OF WORK The Cook is responsible for meal preparation and the service of meals to the college students, staff, and other community members. This position will be responsible for cleanup and following safety standards within an institutional setting.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Prepares, cooks, and serves meals as scheduled at the NWIC Residence Life Center cafeteria, and on campus as requested for meetings and events. Inventories and stocks food items as necessary. Works in all phases of food preparation and service. Maintains standard techniques of quantity food preparation utilized in the mixing, cooking, baking, and serving of complete meals in an institutional environment. Inspects food received from suppliers and placed in storage to ensure quality. Monitors conformance with all health and safety regulations. Oversees and participates in kitchen and cafeteria clean up, maintenance, set-up and movement of equipment, as necessary. Effectively interact with all members of the public who utilize the RLC Cafeteria, including college students, staff and administrators, and vendors. On occasion, may communicate with representatives from health/safety regulatory agencies, community organizations and outside government organizations. Maintain professional work relationships. Advertise a monthly menu by email and distribute. Update and maintain records/logs related to food and equipment temperature. May perform other duties as assigned.   SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES This job has no supervisory duties.     QUALIFICATIONS to perform the position successfully:   Minimum Qualifications : High School Diploma or GED is required; Six (6) months experience in quantity food preparation and cooking of complete meals in an institutional, commercial, military, or similar establishment; Knowledge of applicable laws, rules, guidelines, and regulations related to nutrition, meal planning, food preparation and kitchen safety; and Ability to prepare large quantities of food and able to prepare and serve meals on time are all required.   Preferred Qualifications : Prior experience in providing technical direction, oversight, and/or supervision of kitchen staff is preferred. Experience working with a tribal college and/or a tribal community. Experience working in a college setting and in a team environment. Experience with and sensitivity to Native American people and cultural customs.   APPLICATION PROCESS Interested individuals should submit the following application materials directly to the NWIC Human Resources Office only.   Cover letter addressing how you meet the position qualifications NWIC Application NWIC Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) form Current and complete professional resume Copies of college transcripts (can submit unofficial copies at time of application) Three letters of recommendation from persons, who are not members of your immediate family, who have firsthand knowledge of your qualifications for the position If applicable to the position, provide copies of certificates/licenses/credentials   The job announcement and application forms are available online at www.nwic.edu/jobs or may be requested from and submitted directly to:   Human Resources Northwest Indian College 2522 Kwina Road Bellingham, WA 98226-9278 Telephone/Fax:  360.392.4230 Email:  employment@nwic.edu      
SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium Sitka, AK, USA or Juneau, AK, USA
Aug 03, 2019
Full time
Health Information Technician I-III (Sitka or Juneau) SEARHC was established in 1975 under the provisions of the Indian Self-Determination Act as a non-profit health consortium which serves the health interests of the residents of Southeast Alaska. The intent of this legislation was to have Indian Health Service programs and facilities turned over to tribal management. Our contracting with IHS began in 1976 when we took over management of the Community Health Aides Program. In 1982, we took over operation of the IHS Juneau clinic, now the Ethel Lund Medical Center, and took over operation of Sitka’s Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital in 1986. We are one of the oldest and largest Native-run health organizations in the nation. POSITION SUMMARY This position is expected to perform a higher level of generally more complex job-specific responsibilities from a HIM Technician I. There is a wide range of technical duties and provide clerical support in the health information management department.  To initiate accurate records and maintain records in a confidential, secure, complete and accessible manner for current and future patient care. To provide for appropriate disclosure of records to authorized users.  To service both internal and external customers ensuring patient safety and continuing of care.   Works independently or as part of a HIM department. ACCOUNTABILITIES Knows, understands, incorporates and demonstrates the Mission, Core Values and Vision in behaviors, practices, policies and decisions. Analysis, Assembly, Process, Review of all patient records Performs inpatient/outpatient collating and screening analysis of inpatient/outpatient encounters to assess completeness of documentation. Ensure the physicians/providers properly sign dates and completes patients’ records before electronically and making the records completed. Follows the Joint Commission and the facilities’ policy and procedures when assigning the deficiencies in the electronic health record to the provider, to authenticate. Process Birth Certificates in compliance with state regulations. Help in the process of Death Certificates by receiving them in the HIM Department and with the help of the Nursing staff decide which Physician should be responsible for completing the Death Certificate. Once complete contact the funeral home to pick up the death certificate. Release of Information: Understands a thorough working knowledge of HIPAA Privacy Practices and Release of Information policies and procedures and can assist patients and staff relative to HIM department responsibilities and authorizations. Ability to route the patient, patient representative, or staff to the Privacy Officer; regarding patient access, requests for amendments, accounting of disclosures, patient portal and any additional standards Evaluates basic release of information requests for appropriate disclosure of health records information according to privacy act guidelines. If the Release of Information is valid follow the appropriate steps to log into ROI in Cerner. Must be able to identify problems with ROI requests and send back to the requestor or if needed escalate to management. Process the Release of Information request per the HIPAA, SEARHC, and Alaska State policies. (Except for Behavioral Health releases, these are to be forwarded to the HIM Tech III, HIM Supervisor or Sr. Manager of HIM for processing.) Processes walk-in patients requesting medical records by providing guidance in the completion of the release of information request form and verifying identification. Answers calls or questions about a status of a ROI, look up the information within Cerner and communicate the correct status. Initiates chart pick-up from the facility (floors/Nursing areas) or Clinics: Retrieves/receives or pick-up the clinic or hospital patient visit from various areas throughout the facilities (specific to their area.) Picks up thinned records from the facility/nursing floors and following up to make sure that record has been scanned into the Electronic Health Record. Scanning: Screens paper that is picked up from the clinical areas for filing and scanning into the electronic health record Makes sure the documentation that is scanned into appropriate patient record and is a valid document to be scanned into the electronic health record. Discards the documentation that is to not be scanned into the electronic health record and places this documentation in the shred binds located in the Health Information Management. Prepping and preparing health information for electronic viewing Scanning of all health information, transforming information into an electronic health records, utilizing the System’s Electronic Health Record. Indexing Indexes the documents scanned into the electronic health record verifying that the information scanned in being placed into the correct folder and the correct patient electronic record. Understanding the Events Set Hierarchy Structure within the Electronic Health Record. Retrieving (Pulling)and Filing Medical Records Filing and retrieving of medical records using terminal digit filing system. Filing a wide variety of ambulatory and inpatient records. Files are maintained so they are readily accessible for further patient continuum of care. Performs routine file and shelf maintenance to keep files in order. Retrieves medical records from the files for continuum of care, providers and/or medical staff requests. Transcription Function Listens to dictated (recorded) material and transcribes this dictated material into an electronic written form, such as the one of following type of reports: progress note, history and physical, discharge summary, operative report and emergency room records, etc. Transcribe medical reports from a dictation to an electronic report with speed and accuracy.  Reviews and edits the transcribed electronic documents making sure that the transcription is correct, complete and has a consistent style. Identifies inconsistencies, error and missing information within an electronic report and forwards this information to the dictator (physician/provider) for clarification. Translates medical abbreviations and jargon into the appropriate long form, on the electronic health record. Ability to adjust to various styles of medical dictation. Clerical Support: Performs needed clerical support in the HIM Department. Public/Staff/and Telephone Encounters: Responds courteously to telephone and personal requests by staff, patients and other authorized users to provide health records needs, such as chart reviews, requests for release of information, other authorized user needs, or in directing the requester to appropriate hospital staff who can assist them. Takes telephone calls and provide answers to questions regarding patient’s medical record (not clinical documentation.) Performs other duties as assigned to assist in total department effectiveness. Participates in interdepartmental process improvement teams. Takes responsibility to communicate identified issues and concerns in a constructive manner and participates in generating ideas and solutions for improvements within the Health Information Management Department and the facility. Support other locations with registration and scheduling activity. Under the guidance of the supervisor, audits encounters of fellow team members and shares corrections that needs to be made in the electronic health record. Other duties as assigned by supervisor.   POSITION QUALIFICATIONS Education: Required High school or GED Experience: 6+months’ work Release of Information in the Health Information Management arena and/or Health Information Management experience which demonstrates ability to manage paper and electronic medical records, and computer database management, preferred but not required. Transcriptionist, ability to transcribe medical documents though the dictation system that is being used by the facility, preferred but not required. Computer applications course or 6 months experience with computer use. 6 months clerical or customer service experience. Prefer medical record work experience but not required. Other Qualifications: Medical Terminology preferred but, not required Transcription   Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Knowledge of: Electronic Health Record and the components of the system or the ability to learn the EHR System. Prioritizing between what you can/cannot perform, routing necessary items to the correct person. Knowledge and able to work in data entry environment Working knowledge of computer and a computer keyboarding skills. Skills in: Computer Windows 7 and Windows 8 Microsoft Office Ability to: Ability to access and work with multiple electronic systems. Ability to work as part of the healthcare team Ability to deal with constant interruptions and the pressure of multiple demands. Ability to work with a wide variety of health care team members and a working knowledge of health records components. Ability to monitor the efficiency and effectiveness of the Release of information when releasing the ROI for all but Behavioral Health Ability to work closely within the electronic health record and have a good knowledge with the health records components. Ability to be able to get along with other team members in the HIM Department, other personnel, physicians, supervisors and the general public. Ability to demonstrate integrity and the ability to keep patient information confidential at all times Ability to review the record in the EHR Ability to perform accurate and timely detailed work scanning a record into the EHR. Ability to understand and follow oral and written directions Ability to communicate effectively, including reading, writing and speaking Ability to transcribe medical reports (if that is the chosen position);i.e. medical documents such as H/P, Progress Note, D/S, Op Reports and other reports dictated by the provider Requires rapid response to multiple interruptions with ability to return to priority tasks. Positive team member role model for the Health Information Management Must be able to deal with pressure from multiple demands and from demanding patients and staff and remain courteous. Contribute to the overall success of Health Information Management Department and the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium facilities.   Other Information At SEARHC, we see our employees as our strongest assets. It is our priority to further their development and our organization by aiding in their professional advancement. Working at SEARHC is more than a job, it’s a fulfilling career. We offer generous benefits, including retirement, paid time off, paid parental leave, health, dental, and vision benefits, life insurance and long and short-term disability, and more. Check out our SEARHC YouTube Video below!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jt_V3xiY0_A
SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium Juneau, AK, USA
Aug 03, 2019
Full time
Patient Access Representative (Juneau) SEARHC was established in 1975 under the provisions of the Indian Self-Determination Act as a non-profit health consortium which serves the health interests of the residents of Southeast Alaska. The intent of this legislation was to have Indian Health Service programs and facilities turned over to tribal management. Our contracting with IHS began in 1976 when we took over management of the Community Health Aides Program. In 1982, we took over operation of the IHS Juneau clinic, now the Ethel Lund Medical Center, and took over operation of Sitka’s Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital in 1986. We are one of the oldest and largest Native-run health organizations in the nation.   POSITION SUMMARY The Patient Access Representative I greets patients and family members in a professional and courteous manner. Obtains and verifies demographic, financial, and insurance information during the registration process, accepts point of service payments or provides guidance for payment options, and clears the patient for service delivery.   ACCOUNTABILITIES Knows, understands, incorporates, and demonstrates the Mission, Core Values, and Vision in    behaviors, practices, policies, and decisions. Maintains collaborative, team relationships with peers and colleagues to contribute to the working group’s achievement of goals effectively, and to help foster a positive work environment. Protects confidentiality/privacy in verbal, written, and electronic forms of communication or information sharing. Raises concerns in appropriate manner and according to policy. Ensures that all demographic and insurance information is communicated and properly enter into the electronic health record to provide prompt and accurate billing. Collect and record patient identification into the Electronic Health Record including driver’s license, social security card, or passport. Responsible for coordination of benefits when more than one insurance carrier is presented. Performs insurance eligibility/benefit verification, utilizing payer web access or calling payers directly. Documents information within the patient accounting system through insurance eligibility/benefit verification.  Appropriately distributes registration paperwork to patients including Patient Information Form, Notice of Privacy Practices and Authorization for Treatment and Promise to Pay (Assignment of Benefits) and records into forms in the Electronic Health Record according to departmental procedures. Receives point of service payments at check-in before services are rendered. Refers all patients without insurance coverage or questions to a Financial Counselor for resolution. Provides primary receptionist services including receiving and directing incoming calls and provide assistance /information to callers. Provides helpful assistance in anticipating and responding to the needs of our customers (i.e., escorting, directing, and answering questions). Takes written messages that are clear and concise. Demonstrates exceptional phone etiquette. Functions as the point of contact in identifying complex systemic issues and either resolving or escalating to management for resolution. Update patient’s demographic information including CHS & Direct status for newborns and beneficiaries returning or new to Alaska. Completes assigned worklist related to patient demographic, insurance, medical information. Accepts medical authorization or referral forms, if appropriate. Follows up with direct admit patients where all registration information was not obtained at admission, if appropriate. Scan medical records and process Release of Information, if appropriate. Schedule appointments for patients who present in person or call the clinic. Receives and prioritizes calls, faxes, and requests from patients. Routes information to the appropriate recipient in a timely manner. Other duties as required and assigned by the supervisor.   BASELINE QUALIFICATIONS Education: High School Diploma or GED Experience: 3-6 Months as a PAR Trainee OR 1 year office experience, medical office exp. preferred   Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of: General office functions, office equipment, and computer applications Skills in: Working independently Good interpersonal, verbal, and written communication Ability to: Prioritize work and multi-task in a fast-paced office setting with many interruptions Self-start and willingness to learn Read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos Demonstrate time-management, organizational, and customer service skills Work flexible hours with limited unplanned absence Other Information At SEARHC, we see our employees as our strongest assets. It is our priority to further their development and our organization by aiding in their professional advancement. Working at SEARHC is more than a job, it’s a fulfilling career. We offer generous benefits, including retirement, paid time off, paid parental leave, health, dental, and vision benefits, life insurance and long and short-term disability, and more. Check out our SEARHC YouTube Video below!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jt_V3xiY0_A
SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium Sitka, AK, USA
Aug 03, 2019
Full time
Clinical Assistant Trainee, I – III, or CNA (Sitka) SEARHC was established in 1975 under the provisions of the Indian Self-Determination Act as a non-profit health consortium which serves the health interests of the residents of Southeast Alaska. The intent of this legislation was to have Indian Health Service programs and facilities turned over to tribal management. Our contracting with IHS began in 1976 when we took over management of the Community Health Aides Program. In 1982, we took over operation of the IHS Juneau clinic, now the Ethel Lund Medical Center, and took over operation of Sitka’s Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital in 1986. We are one of the oldest and largest Native-run health organizations in the nation.   *Please note the minimum qualifications below are for a Clinical Assistant Trainee. We are open to considering the following levels to fill this vacancy: Clinical Assistant Trainee, Clinical Assistant I, Clinical Assistant II, Clinical Assistant III, or CNA; please apply to the position and provide your highest level of education, licensure and experience. Position Summary: The purpose is to develop the skills to facilitate the delivery of medical services by assisting healthcare providers with direct patient care (infants, children, adolescents, adults and geriatric) and the day to day operation of the SEARHC Medical Clinic. The Clinical Assistant Trainee will be moved to a Clinical Assistant I position upon successful completion of training program.   Essential Duties/Responsibilities: Under supervision, the successful Clinical Assistant Trainee candidate will receive hands-on training in the following areas: Rooming Patients.  Preparation for patient visit by reviewing chart for needed forms, follow-up labs or procedures needed. Obtaining and recording age-appropriate vital signs per department protocol, medical history updates and confirming medications, documenting information in patient chart. Clinical Duties.  Set up equipment and supplies for routine exams and minor procedures. Follows protocol for collecting, labeling and transporting of laboratory specimens. Assist patients with ambulation or transfer; perform minor, non-invasive treatments, e.g. simple dressing changes, use of an automated external defibrillator.  Performs basic health coaching and patient education as directed by the provider and according to evidence-based guidelines using patient education materials.   Prepare and Maintain lab and exam rooms.  Sanitizes exam rooms between patients.  Ensures exam room supplies are organized and stocked.  Maintains lab equipment and organizes lab supplies. Inventory, re-order, and stock medical supplies. Sterilizes surgical equipment and insures sterile package integrity. Dispose of solid/liquid waste and infectious materials according to infection control standards. Quality Assurance.  Conducts daily/weekly/monthly QA checks on equipment and crash cart.  Documents refrigerator temperatures according to regulations.  Keeps sterilization logs.  Demonstrates correct utilization of computer-based health information system and electronic health record systems. Notify provider of any repairs/safety concerns that need attention.  Maintain a safe and clean environment. Customer Service.  Promotes the SEARHC Seven Standards of Excellence.  Answers inquiries of a general nature by nursing staff, provider staff, other departments, visitors and patients: assisting them in a friendly and cooperative manner; receives and relays messages to personnel and uses proper telephone etiquette.  Perform duties as assigned in a responsible, respectful and caring manner to promote effective staff relationships *Independent performance of all clinical duties will be based on satisfactory completion of competency assessments. Position Qualifications Baseline Qualification Requirements:                                                                                        High school diploma or equivalent. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Good interpersonal communication skills and use of customer service skills Ability to follow written and verbal instructions Ability to treat patients and staff with respect Strong organizational skills Computer application skills sufficient to utilize medical database in a competent manner Ability to multitask and prioritize duties in a fast-paced environment Experience Required: One year experience as a receptionist or healthcare worker in a hospital, clinic or medical office.   Other Information At SEARHC, we see our employees as our strongest assets. It is our priority to further their development and our organization by aiding in their professional advancement. Working at SEARHC is more than a job, it’s a fulfilling career. We offer generous benefits, including retirement, paid time off, paid parental leave, health, dental, and vision benefits, life insurance and long and short-term disability, and more. Check out our SEARHC YouTube Video below!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xyr4fyMNcRg
SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium Wrangell, AK, USA
Aug 03, 2019
Full time
Behavioral Health Clinician I-III - Sign on and Relocation Opportunity!  (Wrangell) SEARHC was established in 1975 under the provisions of the Indian Self-Determination Act as a non-profit health consortium which serves the health interests of the residents of Southeast Alaska. The intent of this legislation was to have Indian Health Service programs and facilities turned over to tribal management. Our contracting with IHS began in 1976 when we took over management of the Community Health Aides Program. In 1982, we took over operation of the IHS Juneau clinic, now the Ethel Lund Medical Center, and took over operation of Sitka’s Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital in 1986. We are one of the oldest and largest Native-run health organizations in the nation.   POSITION SUMMARY This position provides a variety of treatment services including individual, group, family, and marital therapy to any and all clients from birth to elder. This position also provides clinical services such as intake/diagnostic evaluations, case evaluations, and crisis intervention; as well as acts as a liaison with other agencies as required. This position is a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team and provides regular clinical supervision, ensures proper maintenance of clinical records in accordance with insurance regulations and established SEARHC policies and procedures. A clinician ensures that clinical productivity standards as established and followed. This position is available for after-hours telephone contact for clients in crisis when needed and as assigned; in addition to providing clinical support in person or by phone as needed at any SEARHC location within the Behavioral Health Division. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Masters Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related discipline from an accredited educational institution. Must be licensed as or in the process of becoming a: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT). Clinician I: Clinician who has their master’s degree and is in the process of becoming licensed. If the clinician is a new graduate and just starting their clinical supervision hours they will have 2 years and 6 months from date of hire to become licensed. If at the time of hire the clinician has begun their clinical supervision they must become licensed within 6 months of completing the rest of their clinical supervision hours. Clinician II: Clinician who is already licensed with a minimum of 3 years of postmasters clinical experience in multidisciplinary mental health setting prefer someone with at least 4 years of work experience as a clinician. Clinician III: Clinician who has at least five years of experience working in the field and who will/ could provide supervision to Community Family Service Worker’s or other professionals.   OTHER INFORMATION At SEARHC, we see our employees as our strongest assets. It is our priority to further their development and our organization by aiding in their professional advancement. Working at SEARHC is more than a job, it’s a fulfilling career. We offer generous benefits, including retirement, paid time off, paid parental leave, health, dental, and vision benefits, life insurance and long and short-term disability, and more. Check out our SEARHC YouTube Video below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgAYWp2kbgs
SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium Sitka, AK, USA
Aug 03, 2019
Full time
Registered Nurse – Operating Room - Relocation and Sign on Opportunity! (Sitka) SEARHC was established in 1975 under the provisions of the Indian Self-Determination Act as a non-profit health consortium which serves the health interests of the residents of Southeast Alaska. The intent of this legislation was to have Indian Health Service programs and facilities turned over to tribal management. Our contracting with IHS began in 1976 when we took over management of the Community Health Aides Program. In 1982, we took over operation of the IHS Juneau clinic, now the Ethel Lund Medical Center, and took over operation of Sitka’s Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital in 1986. We are one of the oldest and largest Native-run health organizations in the nation. Position Summary: This position is located within the Operating Room of SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium. Has knowledge in circulating and scrub tech duties for all types of elective and emergency cases performed, including abdominal, thoracic, Urology,   ENT, Plastic, Orthopedics, Vascular and OB/GYN.  Multi-tasks efficiently and ensures the surgical cases proceed throughout the day in a timely manner. Utilizes after-hour call services, to staff the Operating Rooms (OR), for nights, holidays and weekends.   Position Complexities: Clinical decisions are made initially independently during the scheduled shift; maintains complete accountability for all actions taken. Consults with the appropriate manager/supervisor in difficult situations, requiring additional input. Able to react in a calm manner and make sound nursing judgments in an emergency environment. On Call OR Registered Nurse responds to all emergencies including trauma and fetal distress C-sections includes total peri-operative nursing care.  Accountable for proper delegation and supervision of CNA/Tech, and/or Senior Office Specialist on unit during shift.   EDUCATION REQUIRED AND/OR PREFERRED                                                                    Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing (BSN, Associate degree in nursing or Diploma in nursing) CERTIFICATION REQUIRED Commission Corp Officers meet billet description requirements for a 0 - 2 to 0 - 3. A valid, current, full and unrestricted RN license in the State of Alaska. Current BLS or certification must be obtained within 1 month of hire date and biannually thereafter. Must have BLS until get ACLS, ACLS, PALS or all must be obtained within 6 months of hire date and biannually thereafter. NRP Preferred EXPERIENCE REQUIRED One year clinical nurse experience is preferred. Prior Perioperative/PACU experience is preferred; if minimal experience and training required a two year commitment in the Perioperative field will be required. Other Information At SEARHC, we see our employees as our strongest assets. It is our priority to further their development and our organization by aiding in their professional advancement. Working at SEARHC is more than a job, it’s a fulfilling career. We offer generous benefits, including retirement, paid time off, paid parental leave, health, dental, and vision benefits, life insurance and long and short-term disability, and more. Check out our SEARHC YouTube video below!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xyr4fyMNcRg